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Boston’s Best Pet-Friendly Hotels

April 5, 2014 6:00 AM

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(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Animal lovers know it can be difficult to get away when you are worried about the care of your beloved pet. Worry no more because you can take your furry friend along with you on your next overnight in Boston. Book a night at one of these hotels where your pet will be welcomed with treats, bowls and bedding.
(Photo from Revere Hotel/Facebook)

(Photo from Revere Hotel/Facebook)

Revere Hotel
200 Stuart St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 482-1800
www.reverehotel.com

This eclectic hotel offers an easy-going feel with a high-octane design. Feel free to pack up your fur family as any number of pets are welcome at no added fee, and without size or weight limits. Revere is in an ideal location for pet lovers being only one block away from Boston Common, a dog-friendly, 50-acre park. Book the Pet Package when booking to make traveling with your pets easier. This package includes accommodations for two, specialty dog treats, two dog bowls and plush pet bedding.

(Photo from Colonnade/Facebook)

(Photo from Colonnade/Facebook)

The Colonnade Hotel
120 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 424-7000
www.colonnadehotel.com

This boutique hotel is fun and hip and features edgy designs with modern character. The rooms and suites offer the ultimate in luxury with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide a panoramic view of Boston. The Colonnade has pet-friendly policies so bring along your furry friends during your stay. For an extra adventure, book the Freedom Trail Package, which includes overnight accommodations, a Parisian breakfast for two and a Freedom Trail guidebook. Walk your dog along this iconic trail to learn our history while getting some much-needed exercise.

(Photo from Midtown Hotel)

(Photo from Midtown Hotel)

The Midtown Hotel
220 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 262-1000
www.midtownhotel.com

This downtown hotel provides convenience and comfort at an affordable price. Choose from one of 159 pet-friendly rooms and enjoy a home-away-from-home experience. A $30, one-time pet fee is required. Water and food bowls, treats and pick-up bags are available at check in to keep your dog comfortable during your stay. The Midtown hotel is located close to the Boston Common and the Christian Science Plaza so you can easily exercise your dog while exploring Boston.

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(Photo Credit: XV Beacon Hotel)

(Photo Credit: XV Beacon Hotel)

XV Beacon Hotel
15 Beacon St.
Boston, MA 02108
(617) 670-1500
www.xvbeacon.com

XV Beacon boasts a sleek, refined look with versatile, cutting-edge accommodations. Bring your dogs for an extended stay, as dogs of any size are welcome here for no additional fee. The hotel does however suggest making a $25 donation toward the local animal shelter. Treats and pet walking services are available so your pooch will enjoy the stay as much as you do. Be sure to book early as pet-friendly rooms are limited.

(Photo Ctredit: Eliot Hotel/Facebook)

(Photo Ctredit: Eliot Hotel/Facebook)

The Eliot Hotel
370 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 267-1607
www.eliothotel.com

Enjoy a luxurious stay at this historic hotel complete with marble bathrooms and down comforters. Choose from one of 79 suites or 16 guest rooms for your stay with your pet at no additional fee. Feel free to grab dinner at Clio restaurant or Uni Sashimi Bar because pet sitting is available. Pets are not allowed to be left in the room unattended if they are not secured in a crate or kennel. In the morning, take a stroll through the local area and take in the elegance of Back Bay.

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Kim Vareika is the owner of Vareika Personal Training and Yoga in Plainville. She has been in the fitness industry for over ten years, and believes that wellness is about more than just physical health. When she is not teaching, practicing, or writing, she resides in Bridgewater where she enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her nephew Caesar. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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